5. What situations does Antivirus apply to?
Antivirus applies to situations where there is any obstacle to work on the part of the employer. This obstacle, however, has to arise out of the government measures or the pandemic itself. An obstacle to work on part of the employer means that the employer cannot assign work to the employee because of a limitation, and pays him compensation of 60% -100% of the average earnings. The only exception in Antivirus, where the limitation is not on part of the employer but on part of the employee, is the quarantine order.
6. How is the nursing contribution in Antivirus regulated?
The Antivirus program does not in any way affect the laws about the nursing contribution (we wrote about the new adjustment of the nursing contribution in our Coronadvice 11).
7. How much is the state's contribution?
The Antivirus program is divided into two categories - Category A and Category B. In Category A, the state’s contribution is 80% of the employer's costs, and in Category B the contribution is 60% of the employer's costs.
8. In what category do the employees in the tourism sector fall?
This depends on the job description of the employee, and certain other criteria. Within a company, different employees can be in different categories. The Association of Travel Agencies has prepared more detailed information for its members. We will also be happy to advise you (firstname.lastname@example.org).